Divorce and Separation in Western North Carolina
Separation and Divorce can generate stress, emotional loss and frustration. When paired with uncertainty that comes with such a large shift in circumstances, the process can be overwhelming. Monty Beck is a North Carolina divorce attorney. He has practiced family law in Western North Carolina since 1984. Monty has represented hundreds of individuals and families through their divorce in Franklin, Sylva, Waynesville, Asheville, and throughout Western North Carolina. He maintains offices in Franklin and for select matters in Asheville. Monty is a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in Family Law.
Monty brings experience, knowledge and compassion to creatively solving the problems you and your family face through divorce. In most divorces, the best resolutions can be reached through mediation and negotiation and Monty has years of experience as an effective negotiator. Some divorce cases, however, can be resolved only by litigation. Monty is an aggressive, effective family law attorney, drawing on his extensive trial experience involving hundreds of trials.
Experienced and Responsive Divorce Lawyer
The Family Law Practice at Coward, Hicks & Siler, PA, is headed by Board Certified Family Law Specialist, Monty Beck. He provides experienced, qualified, professional legal representation to families and individuals during divorce. Monty’s practice provides services to people ending marriages as well as to prospective partners planning a successful relationship. Some of these services include:
Monty has been a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in Family Law since 2001. He is committed to helping you structure and realize long term goals, assisting you in a practical and positive approach to separation and divorce. Responsive and devoted to client service, Monty takes the time to know you and understand your unique needs. His efficient, solution-oriented approach helps you avoid unnecessary conflict, which translates into cost-effective results. With his guidance and a forward-thinking approach, you can focus on the important things – raising your children, your financial security, your career – through the transition of divorce.